National Biochar Week

December 7th - December 11th 
11:00 a.m. EST - 2:00 p.m. EST each day

Call for Abstracts
20-30 Minute Presentations:   National Biochar Weeks extends an open invitation for the submission of abstracts for presentations.  Abstracts are to be maximum of 500 words long and must be submitted to the planning committee by November 11, 2020.  Click here for more information or to submit
5-Minute Quick Pitch Presentations:  The National Biochar Week Planning Committee invites you to submit a quick pitch for the 2020 National Biochar Week. This year’s event provides an opportunity to learn about successful projects, programs, technology, equipment, etc. in a short amount of time.

Because we are virtual you can be creative with your presentation. You can feature a video or slide show with audio but please keep the time to 5 minutes max.

What is a Quick Pitch talk? It is a crisp, brief, 5-slide/video and 5-minute overview of a program, project, technology that has been successful and you would like to share.

 
The Goal: We want to expose attendees to as many working projects, equipment, technology, models as possible.
For more information and application to present a Quick Pitch 
 

 

National Biochar Week will be December 7th - 11th from approximately 11:00 a.m. EST - 2:00 p.m. EST VIRTUAL ONLY.

Tentative Overview of Schedule

This week will focus on   "Biochar in the Real World". The development of the biochar industry has the capacity to be world-changing.   National Biochar Week will spotlight the Uses, Implementation, and advance Biochar Markets.

 

Tentative Schedule

Dec. 7th:  

United States Biochar Initiative to kick-off the week.

Spotlight: This day will highlight Federal, State, and Regional government agency available funding & program opportunities, including examples of working projects.

 

Dec. 8th

All about Biochar - Goal of this session: biochar is an emerging industry with high potential for a wide variety of applications. This day's goal is to show the spectrum of possibilities to produce biochar and its current applications in the U.S. and discuss the potential to develop the markets and the industry.

 

Dec. 9th 

Green Space/Landscaping/Urban Use and more

Dec. 10th

Agriculture and Forestry

Dec. 11th:  

Remediation and Emerging/Specialized Biochars.

Closing – economy of biochar - moving Biochar forward.

 

Thanks for submitting!

 

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